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MoogBiQuad Ladder Project Updates
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Tim Campbell
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March 30, 2021 - 4:35 pm
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Hi Will - 

 

Just an FYI - I downloaded the bonus MoogBiQuad Ladder project.  I believe updates are required to the vst_cmake/CMakeLists.txt script to update for SMTG_ prefix if using 3.7.1 version of SDK.  I also did get some build errors beyond deprecated warnings related to CFileStream type and SeekableStream that needed to be resolved (had to add #include "vstgui/uidescription/cstream.h" to plugingui.h).  Also looks like some rework on CSlider based functions associated with VSTGUI4 4.9 in the custom controls code. 

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March 31, 2021 - 9:28 am
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Hi Tim

I just updated the Moog Biquad Ladder projects for both RAFX7 and ASPiK and ran a quick test as a Universal plugin project (ASPiK) with no issues. 

This project should have been updated along with the book projects for the latest ASPiK release, but was in the addendum section.

It happens that I just assigned a project for my plugin class to do a ElectroHarmonix BassBalls clone, but using a pair of Moog LPFs instead of the VA SVF that I usually use. Fun times!

WILL 

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Tim Campbell
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March 31, 2021 - 11:08 am
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Hi Will,

I downloaded the updated Moog Biquad Ladder project and it compiles and runs without issue for me as well :-).  Thank you....was a good learning exercise to resolve/fix the errors manually too.  I'm having a blast working through your audio plug-ins book.  In retirement now, so you can think of it as teaching an old dog new tricks lol...brings back memories of working with drivers, assembly and c code with Roland MPU-401 and IBM Music Feature (Yamaha FB01 on a PC card) in the 80's.   I taught C++ and Java as adjunct at a local college for many years, but not since 2008 (and my daytime job was in IT management) so it has been nice to refresh the hands-on technical chops....however, a retention challenge to recall prior learning from analog signals and systems and digital signal processing courses in college.  Your book does a great job dusting off theory, providing comprehensive coverage of audio processing topics, and providing real-world examples/applications! Fun times indeed!

Tim

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